This approach computes EEG coherence, phase delay, amplitude and power asymmetry, phase reset, phase lock and phase shift duration. For children, we use a minimum of four channels for training. Training sites are determined by the results of the Quantitative EEG or Brain Map. Progress is typically much more rapid than when using traditional forms of Neurofeedback employing only amplitude training.
Sophia receives OT 1x/week for Sensory Processing Disorder at C.T.S. with Erin. She has gone from low tone upper body to climbing a rope ladder and rock wall! She is also able to walk in a figure 8 which she could never do because of poor motor planning. The confidence she has gained has also improved her speech and eye contact. Sophia also started EEG Neurofeedback. Her pre-school teachers have commented on her progress in reading and following instructions. I am excited to see the results EEG will have on her in a year.
- Gwen - Daughter, 4 y/o